Our panel will explore climate change, resource extraction and increasing levels of extinction present unprecedented challenges. What does justice mean if humans, non-human animals and the environment are all taken seriously as subjects of justice? Book now
Hear from one of the greatest astrophysicists and role models of our time. Best known for her discovery of pulsars, Jocelyn Bell Burnell has paved a path for furthering scientific knowledge and education. Book now.
The rise of #MeToo and #TimesUp has had little impact on rates of sexual assault in the military. Can it be prevented? Join our world-renowned panel of experts to answer this critical question, and others. Book now
The future of Arctic and Antarctic poles under irreversible threat. Our panel discuss how our relationship with the polar regions has changed in the 21st century and what the polar regions reveal about the broader environmental challenges facing the world today, as we collectively combat climate change and unpack its deeper implications. Book now
Ageing is the main cause of chronic diseases such as Alzheimer's, cancer and cardiovascular disease. Given this exorable link, can we extend our lifespan without risking our health and quality of life? Book now
How can climate science be adapted to answer the questions businesses need to know? This event brings together a panel of scientists to explain where climate science is at, and to discuss the opportunities and challenges scientists face in working with the business community. Book now
What does an inclusive food community involve and what are some inhibitors and enablers of such communities? This NAIDOC Week event brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander with non-Indigenous communities to participate in a cross-cultural and meaningful conversation about inclusivity. Book now.
The Southern Cross, the most famous constellation in the southern hemisphere, has been claimed and appropriated by a range of Australian groups. But for Aboriginal people the meaning of this heavenly body is deeply spiritual. Join the Sydney Environment Institute for a screening of ‘We Don’t Need A Map’, a film that asks the question about where the Southern Cross sits in the Australian psyche. Book now.
This lecture highlights how science and Indigenous knowledge contributes to a better understanding of heritage values generally, and showcases recent findings from Murujuga: Dynamics of the Dreaming. Book now